Pentagon should end 'woke' hunt for military extremism, says fmr Green Beret

I hope that the DOD and the Biden administration take the recommendation so that our service members can get back to the war-fighting functions that they’re supposed to be training on,” Derrick Anderson, a retired Green Beret and former congressional candidate in Virginia told Fox News.

The Senate Armed Services Committee submitted its 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to the Defense Department last month, which included a recommendation to halt its programs countering extremism in the ranks.

The report accompanying the bill was approved by narrow margins, 14-12, and states, “the vast majority of service members serve with honor and distinction, and that the narrative surrounding systemic extremism in the military besmirches the men and women in uniform.

The committee believes that spending additional time and resources to combat exceptionally rare instances of extremism in the military is an inappropriate use of taxpayer funds and should be discontinued by the Department of Defense immediately,” the report continues.

FILE - 这个三月 27, 2008, 档案照片, shows the Pentagon in Washington. 美国. 军队, 首次, is offering a maximum enlistment bonus of $  50,000 to highly skilled recruits who sign up for six years. (美联社照片/查尔斯·达拉文件, File)

文件 – 这个三月 27, 2008, 档案照片, shows the Pentagon in Washington. 美国. 军队, 首次, is offering a maximum enlistment bonus of $ 50,000 to highly skilled recruits who sign up for six years. (美联社照片/查尔斯·达拉帕克, 文件)

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